Agents of Artifice Fan Art Contest Winners Announced

Posted in Feature on June 8, 2009

By Wizards of the Coast

Thanks to everyone who entered the Agents of Artifice Fan Art Contest. (See the bottom of this page for the original announcement.) We received loads of entries and each one exceeded our expectations, making judging all the more difficult. But the following entries stood out due to their adherence to the Agents of Artifice story, creativity, and originality.

Congratulations to all of the winners and honorable mentions.

Stay tuned for more exciting Magic novels promotions!

1st Place Marcus Thiele "Beleren"
2nd Place MuYoung Kim "Moment of Memory"
3rd Place Aaron Miller "Battle at Bitter End"
Honorable Mention Rebecca Solow "Jace & Baltrice Entering Kamigawa"
Honorable Mention Jeff Lee Johnson "Liliana Rising"
Honorable Mention Daniel Patten "Welcome to Grixis"
Honorable Mention Craig Maher "Harsh Realm
Honorable Mention Kristina Carroll "Liliana"

Agents of Artifice Fan Art Contest

They say a picture’s worth a thousand words. Give us your story and we could end up giving you $2,000!

Simply create a color work, either digitally or traditionally, depicting your favorite scene from the book Agents of Artifice by Ari Marmell. It can be a comic, a drawing, a painting ... use your imagination – and have fun with it! Plus, there are prizes for second and third place, too!

Here is the entry form (173k Word doc). You can email your entry to us at, send it to us on a CD or DVD, or mail the actual piece to us. The deadline for submission is May 6, 2009.

For complete contest rules and eligibility, click here.

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